For Dr. Navid Mahooti, the physical challenges of a La Vida expedition reveal the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Now he promotes tenets of those lessons to patients, helping them live “better, fuller lives.”
Habits Monika Pfistner ’13 formed through La Vida beckon her outdoors beckon to find originality in her wood and floral design business and to be present in God’s creation.
The Bell caught up with four students to find out what Black History Month means to them.
For the first Sunday of Lent, the Center for Faith and Inquiry’s devotional celebrates the power to conquer sin through the joy of being loved by God.
In the Center for Faith and Inquiry Arts lecture, Lothlórien Distinguished Chair in the Fine Arts Bruce Herman reflected on how art can point us to God.
Former Discovery facilitator of 25 years, Liz (Heeren Hurley) Williams ’84, shares how “commitment moves”—opportunities to prayerfully go out on a limb—remain a way for God to use her life to serve others.
Gordon plans to expand its offerings in the healthcare professions, beginning with a new Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree, scheduled to launch in the fall of 2023.
Week three of La Vida’s Advent devotional series considers the question posed by Nathanael in John 1: “Nazareth! Can anything good come from there?”
In Part II of our three-part Christmas Gift Guide designed to support the businesses and nonprofits of Gordon alumni, we have some stocking stuffers and grand gestures “yule” love.
We’ve put together a three-part Christmas Gift Guide that shows a little love to Gordon alumni, and helps you find that special something for that hard-to-shop-for-somebody.
The role the wise men play in the Christmas story requires presence and focus: they noticed the star and followed it to Jesus. They took the time to pause, look up and notice. And what they noticed led them on a journey that required immense focus and determination.